”Mos Ion Roata” Memorial House is a museum from Campuri commune, Vrancea village. The house in which Ion Roata lived was restored and transformed in a museum. The building is a country house with one room. It was inaugurated in January, 24th 1959, the same day when we celebrated 100 years from The Union of the Romanian Principalities. The permanent exhibition of the museum reveals objects specific to the social and family life in which Mos Ion Roata lived and also documents that show his activity in the Ad-Hoc Divan of Moldavia, as a deputy and representative of the peasants from Putna. The Memorial House can be visited on the way to Soveja, ”Trei Brazi” Monastery from Panciu, Marasti Mausoleum and Soveja Mausoleum.
The building is a national historic monument and belongs to Vrancea County Museum.
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